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york city. tonight chuck noris throws a round house kick at health care reform and offers solutions on what we could be doing . former white house press secretary. s, what is it like inside of the real west wining and we'll learn the news behind the news. polsters tell us what are americans really, really angry about? we'll ask him . by the way, did you know that we are celebrating one-year anniversary of the show? and that means one-year anniversary with our house band the little rockers, they will be with us for a special tune as we have the first year anniversary celebration of the huckabee show with little rockers. we'll figure to have a great time and hope you willen joy yourself. did you hear the ranting ravings from libyan leadership gadhafi in the united nations? he talked so long even his own intrepret ator collapsed and conan o'brien helped us to know what the heck gadhafi was talking about. >> gadhafi, it went over 90 minutes . he was spoked to speak 15 minutes and as usual he was all over the place. take a look at this. >> (speaking foreign language) >> that's the most s
the fox studios in new york city. tonight, chuck norris throws a round house kick at health care reform and offers his solutions on what we could be doing. also, former white house press secretaries dana per reno and ronnessen, what's it leak inside the real west wing? and pollster frank luntz, tell us what are americans really, really angry about? we are going to ask him. by the way, did you in that we're celebrating the one year anniversary of this show? and that means the one year anniversary with our house band, the little rockers, they're going to be with us tonight for a very special tune as we have the first year anniversary celebration of the huckabee show with the little rockers. we think air going to have a great time and hope that you'll enjoy yourselves. did you hear the rantings and ravings from libyan dictator moammar qadaffi at the united nations? this guy talked so long, even his own interpreter collapsed saying he couldn't take it anymore. so conan o'brien and the tonight show helped us know what the heck qadaffi was talking about: the speech went over 90 minutes i thin
. >> the question begs, our on the senate finance committee with baucus, chuck grassley. do you really think chuck grassley wants to reel in the insurance companies and stop gouging the american people? do you believe those on your committee, senate finance, are genuine about this? >> ed, we'll find out tomorrow if there is agreement. i think we'll know by then. i will say two things. one, i believe there has been a good faith effort, a thoughtful effort of trying to come together. i believe, also, i also believe the majority of the republicans are in a position of just wanting to vote no. the special interest, the insurance companies, the drug companies, all the folks that back them, they're much more interested in protecting their interests. >> senator, thanks for your time tonight. debbie stabenow from richmond. earlier in the show i asked you what's the more important thing the president can do tomorrow night? 5 2% said get tough on the republicans. 48% said get specific about the plan. that's "the ed show." we're back tomorrow night with a special show tomorrow night at 11:00 p.m. eastern. "h
. watch what happened when nbc news white house correspondent chuck todd sneezed -- sneezed during a white house briefing today and didn't follow the recommended protocol. >> bless you. >> a possible impediment. >> i mean, what is that about? geez. >> marring kwet sneezed a few minutes ago very correctly in the shareef. >> i don't know. who's got some purell? give that to mr. todd right away. a little hand sanitizer. good. we'll have elmo give chuck a special greasing. get elmo over. he knows how to sneeze. >> you may remember the muppet character featured in a public service video on how to sneeze without spreading germs. you don't go like this. you go like this. >>> jimmy carter raising eyebrows in recent days by accusing president obama's critics of racism. now the former president is diving into a very different controversy, pitting rapper kanye west against country music sweetheart taylor swift. listen to the question and carter's punch line. >> what do you think of kanye west calling out taylor swift at the vma? >> all right. >> do you agree with president obama's response to his act
's political health. let's play "hardball." >>> good evening. i'm chuck todd in washington filling in for chris matthews who will be back on monday. leading off tonight, image problem. the outburst by congressman joe wilson has us asking, are we at the point where we can say the intense opposition to barack obama in some parts of the country is about more than health care reform? stimulus plan? is it also about ideology? regional differences and perhaps even race? what is more, wilson's remark and the support he has received in his south carolina district. is it threatening to harden the republican party's reputation right now inside the beltway? we'll talk to two members of congress in a moment. >>> plus, september 11th is the reason we waged war in afghanistan, but eight years after we went in, what's our mission there today? nbc new chief foreign correspondent richard engel. and jim meceda. both have been in the region lately. and they'll give us their take on the present state of afghanistan. the debate over afghanistan is the latest development in an enormously important week for president
, i'm chuck todd in washington filling in for chris matthews who will be back on monday. image problem, the outburst by joe wilson has us asking, are we at the point to say the intense opposition is about more than health care reform, stimulus plans, is it also about ideology, regional differences and race? the support he's received in the south carolina district. is it threatened to harden the republican party reputation now? we'll talk to two members of congress. plus, september 11 is the reason we waged war in afghanistan. what is our mission there today. richard engel has been in the region recently and will give their take on the present state of afghanistan. it's the latest dwolment in an important week for president obama which included health care and his back to school speech. press secretary robert gibbs will do a briefing here. plus, with an interview sunday, we'll ask, are we seeing too much of president obama? it's all in the politics fix. it wouldn't be a political scandal without david letterman. that e's in the "hardball" side show. we begin with press house secretary r
champ chuck liddell. the dude has the whole "dancing with the stars" thing down. not the dancing part. the drinking! >> ♪ you've got to fight for your right ♪ >> we got him at the tea club last night after "dancing with the stars." he's definitely celebrating with all his friends, kicking back shots of something and chasing it with another drink. >> party! >> he's with a lovely young lady. >> go ahead, chuck. >> anyway, chuck has joinged the ranks of other distinguished "dancing" stars turning partying into a second profession and english into a second language. >> so how did you do tonight? >> i did all right. i did better -- >> remember this? >> do you not drink as well? >> i'm not drinking right now. >> oh, ok. >> how long did that last? >> party! >> how many times in your life have you said, oh, i'm not ever going to drink another drink? >> a very good point. so, chuck, we say party it up, brother. >> he jumps up on the stage and he's singing. >> he's a singer? >> not a great singer and not the best dancers. but chuck is a smart guy. he just needs a little training. >> try and
in the "hardball" sideshow. we begin with president obama's big moment. chuck todd is nbc news chief white house correspondent and political director. jonathan martin is politico's senior political writer. gentlemen, let's start with you, chuck. you know better than most, chuck, i've been around a long time. i've got to tell you, this furor over the president's school speech to students, the continuing jam over which democrats are with him on health care, which aren't and the continuing prognostications about all the different polls out there, is the obama presidency at an end? what is going on here? >> reporter: well, i think, you know, i talked to one outside democratic adviser to this white house and it was put to me this way, that, look, they are aware that in many ways this fall and how -- and frankly, it starts tomorrow, that the white house and the president, himself, is taking a character and leadership test. that this is a moment in time for him to show he can take control of a debate, he can take control of his party. he can figure out a way to cut through some of the problems of sausa
to take a look at the forecast with meteorologist chuck bell at the storm center 4. good morning, chuck. >> good morning to you. off to a beautiful start this saturday morning. welcome to your weekend, everybody. blue skies overhead. it looks like we are going to have nice weather all through not just today but lasting into tomorrow as well. you can see all those blue skies and shadows out there. temperature now at national airport hopped up to 65 degrees. still 60 degrees at andrews air force base. 63 at dulles international airport. 61 in frederick, maryland. 60 degrees in winchester, virginia. it is going to be a nice one today. plenty of shine and temperatures up into the mid 70s this afternoon. with nearly 100% sunshine. looks like our great weather will finish up into tomorrow as well. detail check of the 7-day forecast and, of course, eun, saturday in the fall, that means your college football forecast will be coming up as well. for all of the local games and other tes. >> we are looking forward to that. thank you, chuck. >>> the red cross is stepping in to help hundreds of maryl
't play but the language. that is my job. chuck lewis is a with a first newspapers, -- hearst newspapers, where he has been for many years. i have a soft spot for them because they gave me shelter from a storm of my unemployment. linda gasparello, what is happening with the president. he is on television five times in one day, then off to new york to do more television at the u.n., then off to the g-20 for more television. is this good? does he just like being on television? >> isn't it wonderful to be young and energetic? >> i seem to recall that. >> the president feels he is really his best communicator and he has a lot to communicate these days. going from the u.n. to the g-20 is something he's got to do because the world is on his shoulders. what you saw really at the u.n. was the -- where the ethereal eloquence met the down to earth action needed in so many areas. >> imperial eloquence, and nice -- what does it mean, linda? >> it isn't the way he has of speaking that engages -- it is the way he has of speaking that engages the world and makes them a lot. but at the same time we have
to the big push. chuck todd is standing by with more at the white house. chuck, i guess they figure they have exactly one more chance. >> reporter: that's right. it's a big card to play. ask to give a speech to joint session of congress. in an interview, i asked the president's senior advisor, david axelrod. this is the big setting and the last chance. here is what he said. >> it is a big setting. this is an enormous issue. it affects families and businesses across the country who are eager for stability. they are desperate to get coverage. it warrants this kind of setting, it's why the president wants to address congress and challenge themselves to rise to this. >> reporter: the white house is saying the president is going to get specific, put out details, exactly what he's for. there are various bills in the house and senate. he wants to pull the strands together as axelrod likes to say and outline everything. david axelrod refused to get specific and said you have to wait to find out if it's something that has to be in a health care reform bill he would sign. >> chuck, since we're in south
. kelly o'donnell on the hill and we start off with the chief white house correspondent, chuck todd. chuck, good evening. >> reporte good evening. last night was the easy part for the president and his attempt to regain control of the health care debate. today, began the hard part, turning words into action. the president delivered a stripped down version of his pitch for health care to a gathering of nurses, arguing his plan would improveealth care for those with health insurance and cut costs for everyone who doesn't. >> as folks go about their every day lives, one thing they won't have to worry about as much is health care. >> reporter: as the president acknowledged to knowing laughter -- >> there remains significant details to be ironed out. i believe -- >> reporter: the biggest detail how to construct a government n program, the so-call ed public option that appeased the democrats but doesn't chase them off. >> it would be one option among any. no one is forced to choose i >> reporter: the televised speech has an effect. they indicated flexibility on the issue, a first for both. >> i
, september 12, 2009. i'm eun yang. we are going to take a look at the forecast with chuck bell. good morning, chuck. >> good saturday morning to you. happy weekend, everybody. cloudy skies have been plaguing us all week long. we are still going to have more clouds than sunshine today. still weather is getting ready to improve in big way. area of low pressure clouding our skies all week is still bringing rain to portions of central pennsylvania and some of those showers may wrap back down into our area for today. by and large, most of us will enjoy a mostly dry saturday. 64 here in washington this morning. 58 in springfield. 63 in frederick, maryland. 61 degrees in martinsburg, west virginia. low 60s alongside the bay. a more cloudy than sunny day today. a chance of a light passing rain showers but by and large if you are planning doing something outside the further north you go the better rain chances will be. further south you go, fredericksburg and charlottesville, better chances for a dryatto sy day.da da toy.day d, orange expect expect in tgak dhe wn taking weekend. truck maintenance
out getting there? joining me is chief white house correspondent chuck todd and "newsweek's" howard fineman our expert here on many, many things. chuck, let's take a look now -- chuck, thanks for joining us. let's take a look at some names here. these are the three players most prominently discussed over the weeks and weeks- snowe of maine, olympia snowe. mike enzi from wyoming, an accountant, cpa who's been very good on health issues if you care about those issues. and chuck grassley who's the ranking on finance, a real penny pincher when it comes to fiscal stuff. are any of those three looking better than likely to vote for an obama health care bill right now? >> reporter: the only one is snowe. the most likely and the question is, frankly, tomorrow, when senator baucus formally unveils this plan, he's going to call it a bipartisan plan, but he's going to be the only name on it. and the question was, and there's still some lingering wonders, questions, will olympia snowe put her name on the bill in advance or not? >> i see. >> reporter: my sources can tell me she won't. she will w
with the smart viewers guide to what to watch for tonight. nbc news chief white house correspondent chuck todd is nbc's political director and "newsweek's" howard fineman is an msnbc political analyst. let's look at the latest poll that the president is up against on this. a new ap poll finds a majority, 52% this approve of the president's job on health care. it was only 43% in july, which everyone thought was bad enough then. here's a part, just a bit of what the president will say tonight to give you a feel for the tone of this. "but know this, i will not waste time with those who have made the calculation that it's better politics to kill this plan than improve it. i will not stand by while the special interests use the same old tactics to keep things exactly the way they are. if you misrepresent what's in the plan, we will call you out. i will not accept the status quo as a solution, not this time. not now." chuck todd, we have heard that chorus before. not this time, not now. we heard that in the campaign. is this barack obama trying to use campaign skills to influence the politics of gov
. meteorologist chuck bell is in storm center 4 with the latest. good morning. >> good morning, eun. happy weekend. it was beauty of a day outside yesterday. but now the clouds a on their way back just in time for your weekend activities. here is a check of live doppler. no rain around the metro area now. you can see down in the lower left-hand corner of your screen, few light sprinkles from harrisonburg to charlottesville. the trend on the rain is in our direction. don't stray too far from the umbreallas. many more hours to come. rainfall has been very light. we will get more than that later on tonight. most of the day, first half, will be dry. clouds continue to increase. might even see a ltle bit of sunshine first thing in the morning. it will be rainy by that time to 6:00 tonight. >> thank you, chuck. >>> a deadly discovery in maryland. four family members, including two children, found dead in the home and police believe this may be a murder/suicide. officers first checked the house of that area last evening after receiving a call from a concerned friend. jackie bensen spoke with neighbors an
. thank you, chuck. >>> deadly discove in maryland. four family members, including two children, found dead in a home and police believe this may be a murder/suicide. officers first checked the house in mt. airy last evening after receiving a call from kaerned friend. jackie bensen spoke to neighbors and has the latest from frederick county. >> reporter: the house sits at the end of contour road in quiet mt. airy, maryland. a for sale sign planted in the front yard. a tattered basketball hoop stands nearby. something sad and terrible happened here. the discovery was made about 5:40 p.m. >> 911 call was received from a friend of the family. he had come by the house and to check on the welfare of the family. looked in the back window and seen a body. our troopers responded. along withhe ems personnel. >> reporter: maryland state police troopers found a body of man, woman, and two children a boy and a girl. investigators were called to the neighborhood. a mobile crime van was brought to the scene. detectives applied for an emergency search warrant to enter the home and gather evidence. >>
house correspondent chuck todd who joins us now. chuck, it was interesting to hear him, this really was sort of an intersection. we heard will the job creation and stimulus and then the shift into health care and what i found interesting in recent days is that we've seen the administration in washington in general so focused on health care reform and, yet, a poll out the other day that talked about americans saying their number one concern right now is the economy, namely, unemployment. >> that's right. in fact, our own poll when you ask when -- what will be the number one way that you'll be able to know the economy is turning around and it's when there are more jobs available, when a person can feel like they can either change jobs or find a job. but i tell you if you're rahm emanuel, the white house chief of staff, you want evens like this every day when you're in the middle of the health care debetter and you can sit there and talk about jobs and stimulus money and science research and talk about health care. it was striking to hear the president pivot to health care even though
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welcome to this edition of news4 today. first we want to go to meteorologist, chuck bell, who has a very important holiday forecast. >> a beautiful day outside. already here in the washington area the sun is shining on the friendly peacock here in northwest d.c. temperatures are climbing out of the 60s and into the 70s thanks to all of the sunshine out there. the temperature at the national airport inched its way up to 72 degrees. still, 65 in prince georges county and 64 in montgomery county, maryland. and 66 in winchester, virginia. dew points remain in the comfortable range, upper 50s to 60 degrees. and the fog out there this morning is gone. visibility is 10 miles or more across the area. that's welcome news. sunshine will give way to a little cloud cover this afternoon. on the whole a. usable outdoor whether day. >> thank you, chuck. >>> we are following a developing story. police in maryland are waiting word from theedical dybondmeou ftham. somebody foundosysi pbl s,inos pyblan bkslo ahe t banks creek. aan creek. ana mou fannd a foot behind his home. darcy spencer has the st
the president. chuck todd, chuck, very simple question. why pittsburgh for this gathering? >> it's about domestic policy in some ways. the obama white house wants to highlight industrial cities showing a turn around. it's about showing off economic policy of what's going on here. pittsburgh is a city they want to showcase. person pennsylvania, parts of industrial ohio and industrial indiana, big for the president in 2010 and 2012. being seen. they love the fact the president is dominating the local coverage and the local media. >> chuck todd, savannah guthrie, thanks to you both. in political news, the u.s. senate is back to 100 members. massachusetts has a new interim senator. the seat vacated by ted kennedy has been filled by paul kirk, the former head of the democratic party is the executor of ted kennedy's will. he was appointed by the massachusetts governor today, only to serve until a special election can be held. kirk said he will not run for the seat and will only hold on to it for the interim basis. he will hold the 60 vote majority for the democrats. >>> a disturbing story from
today, chuck todd joins us from pittsburgh where he made the remarks. >> reporter: the president was asked repeatedly today, what's next. you revealed the evidence you believe iran is trying to nuke lee arize. he pointed to october 1 and the talks andrea mitchell pointed out. seemed to duck the idea of how long they would give the iranians. talking to officials behind the scenes, they believe that iran has to immediately allow for the atomic agency to inspect. two, this may be about trying to get china on board. one thing that makes this administration hopeful is this time they mean it. russia is on board. everything about next week may be making the final case to china to get them to finally come aboard. the fact they didn't get a statement has some officials concerned. >> we learned five more americans died in afghanistan. does the president have anything to say about whether he would send more troops to afghanistan. >> reporter: he was asked directly. there's a request for 40,000 more troops. the president was more clear saying look, no decisions about troops or anything else
in town. where you can get your hand on a ticket. >>> chuck, the forecast? >>> our gray skies are turning more blue as we get through the evening. i'm optimistic a real taste of >>> roman polanski was a fugitive for more than 30 years until today. he was arrested in switzerland. the 76-year-old made the trip to receive a lifetime achievement award at a film festival. he's wanted on a 1978 warrant for having sex with a 13-year-old girl. the director of "rose mary's baby" pled guilty but fled the country before he could be sentenced. he's lived in france ever since. >>> pulitzer winning prize winner, sapphire, a speechwriter and assistant writer for nixon. he spent more than 30 years writing a column for the "new york times" that was considered a "must read" for beltway insiders. many have credit you had his flair for language to helping to pave the way for the revolution. he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. he was 79. >>> this is it. after days of camping out, michael jackson fans got their shot at the tickets to the king of pop's final performance. >>> and folks, we're in for a coold
. summer weather is back out there, folks, and it sure feels good out there. >> chuck bell has the weather from our storm center. >> had the top down on my car yesterday. absolutely wonderful weather, indeed. oh, if you have a convertible or if your neighbor has one, you're entitled to use on occasion, maybe tomorrow's the day that you borrow it because it's going to be another top down kind of a day tomorrow. a look from our city camera, a blue sky with just a few weather cumulous clouds. 83 degrees in ashburn and 86 in frederick maryland. 82 degrees right now in damascus and germantown. 76 degrees down into southern maryland. a look at satellite review over the last six hours. hard low a cloud to be found out there. just a few of those fairweather clouds drifting on by. mostly a clear evening and a mostly clear overnight as well. temperatures in the low 80s for now. back into the low 70s by 11:00 tonight. warm evening under these mostly clear skies. another beautiful touch of summertime for tomorrow but that's going to be it for for our 80 plus degree weather for the rest of the week as
:00. chuck todd is nbc's political director and "newsweek's" howard fineman is an msnbc political analyst. chuck todd, you have the best speech writers in the business worksing frantically for days along with the best speech giver in the business, in my time working in the senate, i never saw a speech save legislation. do these guys know something i don't? >> i don't think they believe they have to save legislation. i think the goal of this speech as far as that is concerned is to create a little bit of political space. i thought you set it up very well. it is about retaking control of the debate. the president this morning in an interview on as we say another network admitted something we've known for some time, he left too much ambiguity out there and too much of the details to congress. he admitted that may have been a mistake. the white house won't say that is a mistake, but they will say now is the time to bring it all together. we are going to take control of this debate and tell you what the obama plan is and joe and jane in kansas city are going to know what the obama plan is and
with meteorologist chuck bell in storm center 4. good morning, chuck. >> good morning, eun. finally the weekend is here. after another fairly cloudy week. we have really hit the sweet spot in the forecast. more sunshine in time for most everybody's days off. mostly clear skies outside on this early saturday morning. temperatures in town are in the mid 60s right now. also mid 60s alongside the bay. there are plenty of 50s on the map. 54 in cull pepper and 52 in winchester. 55 in frederick, maryland. 66 in beautiful southern maryland. visibilities are generally fairly good. not too much of a fog problem just yet. we will end up with a beautiful day today. sun is up at 6:53 this morning. 52 minutes away from now. after a bright and sunny day goes down at 7:10 this evening. 75. room temperature today. >> sounds perfect. >>> firefighters in prince george's county are trying to figure out what spark ad deadly house fire this morning. they responded to a home on kayak avenue in capitol heights this morning around 2:30 and tell tuesday fire started in the kitchen and one person died. the exact cause is
, chuck. >>> metro riders this morning, expe rere g the taking the red, onge or green lines this weend. track maintenanceein wck tglinrn streainsglin tracking between the medical center andglvero grn between ein fea between east falls churcnd a ballston on the orange le a and between greenbelt and polgelekar on the green nekli. metro says riders should ad att least 20 minutes to their iptr. maintenance is expected to wrap up tomorrow night. >>> not again. that's the horrible thought that went through some people's minds yesterday. eight years to the day after the september 11th attacks when reports surfaced shots were fired on the potomac river. the president was nearby at a memorial service for the victims of the pentagon attack. the whole thing, turns out, was a coast guard drill. jackie bensen has more now on the panic on the potomac. >> reporter: the coast guard boats were doing training exercise in which officers pretended to fire on a boat that breached security in the potomac river not far from the pentagon. to someone monitoring a police scanner, their internal communications w
, insurance companies can still discriminate because of gender. >> the chief white house correspondent, chuck todd, why has the white house decided to use or deploy michelle obama in this way? >> well, look, they're trying to say that they're only really deploying her this one time. they're saying this won't be a regular thing. but throughout this whole health care debate, i was struck by something somebody else noticed and it is something i've seen throughout not just health care but through the stimulus. there is no other surrogate here for the president to push health care. he has nobody on capitol hill that has been a good spokesperson for him on health care. you know, there are some people that argue that secretary clinton could be but you can't do that with your secretary of state. so joe biden, you know, he was just in iraq. he has a whole other full plate. so in many ways, this is a white house sort of admitting, they don't have a second surrogate on these, use. and i think they have to be careful though on how often they deploy her. it is a gee whiz moment now because we haven't seen
, and nbc's political director and chief white house correspondent, chuck todd. >>> but first, the debate on health care. joining us, senators john cornyn and dick durbin and former house speaker newt gengrich and former dnc chair, dr. howard dean. welcome to all of you. a lot to get to. we'll start with senator durbin. in light of the president's speech this past wednesday, what specifically will be achieved on health care this year? >> i think we can pass health care reform. i really believe the american people are ready for it. we're closer to victory now than we ever have been. and i hope we thands failure to pass the health care reform this year will make things overwhelmingly worse. those who are opposing us, those who are criticizing us, really don't have an alternative. they would stay with the current situation, which leaves families with health insurance, with the uncertainty of its cost and the uncertainty of whether coverage will be there when they need it, and millions of america with no protection at all when it comes to health care insurance. we can do better, and i hope th
on the bill. >>> tonight has been just about a complete washt. when is it going to stop, chuck? >> craig, tomorrow. i'm not going to promise you early or late, but tomorrow the rain will come to a tapering slowdown eventually probably in the relatively early morning hours. take a check of doppler, heavy rain across the metropolitan area. modete areas in prince george's county, charles county and the northern neck. here are locations, thurmont, maryland, .87 inches, front royal over an inch, washington county over and inch and leesburg, virginia over an inch as well. the seven-day forecast is coming up. >>> in addition to the rain, some of our neighbors to the south saw some stomps. a lightning strike killed a college student from maryland near where he was swimming. john sackett died in wrightsville ach, north carolina. witnesses say thaw saw him struggle and go under after the lightning strike. rescuers performed cpr but were not able to save him. >> najibullah zazi was close to pulling off an attack in new york according to police he grew up and worked as a coffee cart vendor. he was c
a lot more about whether that's going to happen based on what starts tomorrow. senator chuck schumer, thanks for your time tonight. i know you're very busy right now. >> bye-bye. >> republicans are a very, very, very, very, very small minority in both the house and the senate right now. and that's why it's ultimately democrats, liberal, moderate and conservative democrats who will decide what kind of health reform we get or if we get it at all. learning tomorrow who's going to be on record in these various options are going to be big in part of knowing what they're ultimately going to come up with. but that's not stopping republicans from stopping the health care process altogether. the way they're trying to stop the process is by slowing the process down so much that it just dies from sheer boredom. consider the 564 amendments that have been filed in just this one version of the bill in one committee. 564 moment aemts that all have to be discussed and voted on. how long will that take? here's a sense of how the pacing was going as of yesterday. >> we voted on i think about 25 omit a
later. let's start with chuck todd. what is the mood within the white house over the latest development with regard to iran? they have iraq to worry about. they have afghanistan choices have been made coming up very shortly. and now this revelation. >> well, it is a little frenetic. there is no doubt this is the issue that has dominated the week and we in the press corps didn't feigned out about it until 4:00 this morning when this thing went public in the new york times. so we're now learning what the weak was really like for this white house. behind the scenes with the russians, behind the scenes with the chinese. it was all about letting them know what was going on with iran in this nuclear facility. they briefed the russians, they briefed the chinese, all in an attempt to get everybody on the same page because they knew this thing, the iranians had found out that we had known their secret. and so became a race to sort of get each side, to get this side of the story out, to get their case together in front of the international community because we knew what was coming next week on oc
. chuck says the rain tonight is going to continue and is also going to get hard -- get pretty hard. there's flash flood warnings we'll tell you about as well. to the other story we have been telling you about. six men in five states have been charged with plot iting to blowp buildings and attack americans. three of them -- three of them were plotting to attack the marine base in virginia. today, emergency responders held exercises to prepare should something like that happen in our era. let's take you back to the top story. the man in frederick who killed his wife, his children, the dog, then turned the gun on himself. >> reporter: this quiet area, friends d neighbors are trying to make sense of the unthinkable as they struggle to understand the makeshift memorial grows. sarah brought flowers for her friend and classmate. my mom told me this morning she was dead. i had a little bit of tears coming down from me. she was one of the best people i knew. >> reporter: 7-year-old, 14-year-old and her mother were all found dead in their beds friday. police believe charles dalton shot his wife and
tomorrow. >>> all right. coming up, nbc's chuck todd is going to be here in the studio. of course, the "news you can't use." tom delay, did they kick him off "dancing with the stars" last night? he didn't deserve to be. he was left in the hands of the american people. pure cane sugar and the stevia plant. two of nature's sweetest wonders growing together under the same sun. and now for the first time, in new sun crystals ® . the only 100% natural sweetener made with pure cane sugar and stevia. finally, all the sweetness of nature and just 5 calories a packet. nature gave us the recipe; we just gave it a name. new sun crystals ® all natural sweetener. two natural wonders. one sweet taste™. >>> please tell me it's time. >> time for the news you cannot use. we start with a very disturbing story. in fact, if the kids are around, maybe take them out for a second. mackenzie phillips, the daughter of john phillips, the guy who founded -- he was the leader of the mamas and papas. there they are sitting together. she's got a new book out where she says -- she makes the claim that she h
in phoenix. summer is still blazings ç#ç#ç## >>> good saturday morning to you. meteorologist chuck bell. skies are going from partly to mostly cloudy across the nation's capital now. the clouds are going to continue to lower and thicken as we go through the rest of your saturday. here is a check of radar and you can see there are light rain showers in central west virginia. that little patch is moving off. you folks out west and south of the metro area might get rain by mid afternoon. most of us, the rain comes in around sunset this evening. temperatures near 60 right now. staying in the 60s today, rain >>> that's a look at your weekend forecast. amy? >> bill, thank you. >>> we are learning more this moing about the mysterious case of a census bureau worker found dead this month in rural kentucky. authorities are still piecing together what happened to him while census bureau officials are reinforcing safety measures all across the country. nbc's ron mott has more. >> reporter: the local headline echos with gruesome details leaked about the death of part-time u.s. census worker bill spa
new battle lines in the process. chief white house correspondent and our political director chuck todd joins me now for more. chuck? >> good evening, lester. look, for politicians labor day is traditionally that time y kick off the campaign for the fall. there's no election this fall. the campaign for the president is all about health care and today in cincinnati, president obama became candidate obama. >> are you fired up? ready to go? >> reporter: with the president embarking on his most challenging month to date he gave himself and some of his most vocal supporters, big labor, a pep talk. >> make no mistake, we're moving in the right direction. we're on the road to recovery, ohio. don't let anybody tell you otherwise. >> reporter: the feisty tone came two days before the president uses a rare primetime speech to a joint session of congress to make a final push for health care reform. >> i'll have a lot more to say about this on wednesday night. i might have to save my voice a little bit. not get too excited. >> reporter: the president repeated a new phrase, stability and security, t
networks, llc. captioned by closed captioning services, inc. today we get to meet chuck and terry maier, busy parents of three, who are literally jumping at the chance to move on to a new chapter in their life. the problem is their house is anything but market ready. well, that's where we come in. come on! come in. we'll give you the tour. uh-oh, i think help is needed urgently in this house. i can tell. who do we have in the family? well, i'm chuck. this is my wife terry. we have three daughters, mallorie who's 12, mackenzie who's 6 and madison who's 4. tell me a little bit about the house and what it comprises. (chuck) it's a 1,700-square-foot home, has four bedrooms and two baths, and we have a pool and spa outside. you've got a little pixie village on top of your bookshelf. yeah, that's something that we've been collecting for years. lisa laporta could move into one of those buildings. (laughs) the tv is constantly on. we take most of our meals in here. right. this is where we spend 98% of our time. tell me why you are moving on. well, a couple of reasons. one, yes, it may appear to
. and the sneeze heard round the world. chuck todd reprimanded by secretary kathleen sebelius. he'll be with us. plus an exclusive look at politico's top stories of the morning with the great mike allen. all that when we come back on "morning joe," brewed by starbucks. does your mouthwash work in six different ways? introducing listerine total care. everything you need... to strengthen teeth, help prevent cavities, and kill germs. introducing 6 in 1 listerine total care. the most complete mouthwash. get what dermatologists now recommend to fight aging... in new aveeno positively ageless multidefense. a combination of a high spf and powerful antioxidants... designed to reduce lines and wrinkles in just 4 weeks. ♪ love stinks! >>> jennifer lopez was at the white house, and she got a private tour of the oval office. j.lo was at the white house. so for once, the biggest ass at the white house waesn't joe biden. >> joe biden, leave him alone. with us now, the chief political correspondent for politico, mike allen. happy friday. >> happy friday to you. >> i want to start with acorn. you've been all
worst drought is, espec especia Ñ1Ñ1Ñ1Ñ1Ñ1Ñ1 >>> good saturday morning. meat meet chuck bell. it is a cloudy day here in the washington area to get your weekend started. here is your check of radar. mostly light rains across portions of pennsylvania. there is an opportunity for a few light passing showers today. but on the whole, most of today and tomorrow will be dry. right now it is 64 in washington. 61 degrees in prince william county, virginia. mostly cloudy. scattering of showers today. primarily to the north of washington. nice today, mid 70s. >>> that's a look at your weekend forecast. amy? >>> bill, thank you. it has been one yearince galvesto texas, took a dect hit from hurricane ike. it was t third most destructive hurricane to ever make landfall in the united states causing more than 100 dehs aearly $13 billion in damage. and for galveston, it's been a tough year of trying to get back to normal. c's janet chambleeian has a progress report. >> reporter: when hurricane ike stormed ston a year ago today, tore up the town but couldn't break its spirit. >> right now it
house correspondent chuck todd and former state department spokesman jamie rubin will break down what this means for the president a week before the takes are set to begin. >>> why are democrats seeing a sig any kabtd drop fund-raising. how can they convince big donors to open up their checkbooks ahead of the 2010 mid determine elections. >>> remember if conservative outcry over the back-to-school speech? a student performance is drawing fire from conservative critics. >> conservatives charge that the school is attempting to indoctrinate and brainwash its students in support of the president. are they right? also, "meet the the press" moderator david gregory will pre viewer his interview with can bill clinton. and rod blagojevich can't help himself on his never-ending media tour. he claims he's the anti-nixon. >>> we begin with former state department spokesman jamie rubin on the disclosure of iran's secrete underground nuclear facility and president obama's response. according to several reports heard prior to this press conference, and i think things that the president alluded to du
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